Ajex and my cat- how our wedgetail became a family member

by Jas
(australia)

i was about fourteen and i was in the backyard and my cat was hissing at these magpies that were swooping it. My cat, Salem (yes a fan of Sabrina the teenage witch) is the most precious tame cat and never would hurt anything or anyone, well i was like ? whats going on, i ran closer and found my cat crouching over a baby wedge tailed eagle, at first i was like where did it come from? after getting rid of the other bird i took my cat and the bird in my jumper back to the house where i showed my dad. at first we didn't know what it was but my uncle a vet came over and saw it, we ended up naming it Ajex like the cleaning product and we still have him; he comes and goes from our large property and is the most graceful caring thing ever; funnily enough this is the strangest part, my cat, although four years on is still protective of Ajex and Ajex loves him too...


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Sep 12, 2009
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Could we see him, please?
by: Rosemary

I would love to see a photo of a Wedgetail Eagle.. having never seen one. Perhaps you could get a picture the next time he visits???
and of course, of your loving cat!
Thanks for an interesting story..

Jul 04, 2009
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Great News!
by: Debra

What a nice story...I'm happy to read a positive ending!
Terrific that they are life long buddies!

I dont like reading bad news stories on here~
Editors...please note : )



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